Wednesday, September 5, 2007
Free is good
This is a volunteer tomato plant that just sprung up in the back of the celery bed perhaps from restaurant compost findings. Don't remember planting anything that resembles or tastes like this tom. Last year there was zukes here or cukes, or no wait it was actually celeriac bought under the impression it was celery.
I really should appoint a child as my garden book keeper.
Seed saving as it is a pretty tasty and very hardy variety. Doubt it's an heirloom.
Directly in front of the fence is my 2 or 3 y.o. rhubarb plants. Scattered amongst the veggies are marigolds and nasturtiums for bug control.